There are only two things that come to mind when you think of being a lawyer, either the courtroom or the big case. The other is not as glamorous as the legal profession. If it was, everyone who has been to law school would have a list. But most people do not. We would like to change those perceptions. That's why we've created this guide where you will find out about some of the top-ranked lawyers in America and their accomplishments and achievements.

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The best lawyers in America come from every walk of life, but they all share one characteristic - being outstanding attorneys. Many Americans are so proud of these attorneys because of what great work they have accomplished at such an early age while still growing up in neighborhoods with gangs that were often riddled with violence.

While others may feel ashamed by them and wonder what it would be like to be involved in cases in which there was no evidence or testimony against them, these lawyers do not let the negative perception prevent them from doing what they love most. So today we look at the ten best lawyers in America 2022.


1. Samuel R. Bixby Jr (Randy)


Samuel R. Bixby Sr. (born October 1, 1956) is an attorney from South Carolina born. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Howard University College of Law in 2002 and began his career after completing internship with Dabney Hensley & Co with his father. Throughout his years he was employed as associate with several firms specializing in civil litigation. Later, he joined Jackson County Sherriff’s Office as a prosecutor in 2005. For 17 years he practiced as an assistant district attorney and then decided to become a firm leader in 2014. Currently Mr. Bixby is also a member of American Bar Association. His mother passed away on November 14, 2015 while Mr.

 Bixby died on April 12, 2018 at the age of 46. His wife Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Bixby (born August 5, 1960) took over since his passing. Over the course of her entire life, Ms. Bixby has helped raise 6 children. She previously received many prestigious awards for helping raise her children. On February 16th 2021, she died at the age of 69, due to natural causes.

What Makes Sam Samuel Bixby exceptional? What makes him special? Well for starters his character. It is said that being good is not necessarily knowing how to put a man in jail. While there is still room for improvement, his record speaks well for himself. And not just because he has earned more than $1 million dollars for criminal defense. For that reason, he has a reputation for excellence. However, he knows how to get it. One thing that sets him apart from other lawyers is his ability to achieve results regardless of whether money is available. As he stated in an interview, “I take it day by day. I don’t spend my time making decisions and thinking about what happens next week. Instead, all I do is focus on trying to make sure that I succeed and do everything that I can to make sure that I get the result that I want and need”.


2. Edward P. Boustany (Boustanier)

Edward P. Boustany (born September 27, 1957) also known as Bradbury Boustanier was raised in Cincinnati Ohio. After graduation in 1974 he went to Harvard Law School and obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1978. He later completed a Juris Doctorate Degree in 1979 from Case Western Reserve University School of Law at Cleveland, OH. Immediately upon graduating he worked as Assistant Counsel for United States House of

Representatives, Subcommittee on Energy, Committee hearing, Legislative Affairs and Armed Services and staff counsel to U.S Department of Transportation Secretary William J. Perry. This allowed him to serve as Special Counsel to three different committees and later as Deputy White House counsel to President Reagan’s national security adviser in 1983. Following his term in office he became U.S Ambassador to Denmark from 1987-1989 and was awarded Commander of Courage Award – Congressional Gold Medal. He holds dual graduate degrees from Princeton and Yale Universities and serves as president of Youngstown Public Library Board. The award given to Mr. Boustanier in 2012 for lifetime service to public service is regarded among the highest honors.

What makes Edward Boustanier exceptional? The answer lies in his drive to strive and not settle for anything less than excellence. You can see this in action when he refused to accept payment from the company he was investigating, despite having extensive materials to prove his innocence. Although Mr. Boustanier has made numerous allegations against the country and its leaders, he continues to fight his convictions. From the very beginning, the goal of his career has always been justice and fairness. Unlike many lawyers who choose to give up his clients, rather than winning their cases.

3. Robert L. F. (Chuck)

Robert L. (Chuck) Farrar (born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana) graduated third in high school, in 1973. During his college years he was able to obtain an undergraduate degree from Southern Methodist University in Baton Rouge, LA. A year later he met George L. Bixby and the family later moved to Miami. Chuck received his JD Degree from Vanderbilt University in 1980. Within six months after attending law school he left his firm to join Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and subsequently started his own practice managing general civil litigation on various sides of Pennsylvania and Virginia. In 1991 he founded his own law firm which had its headquarters in Washington D.C. Since 1993, he has successfully represented hundreds of individuals and families and filed thousands of motions.

What makes Bob Chuck Farrar exceptional? One of the most admirable qualities that Chuck possesses is his commitment to fighting for the victims.

 The biggest example is the death penalty. He fought hard to prevent the death penalty in 1996. Not until 2001 did Mississippi vote to allow capital punishment. Chuck believes that if it hadn't been for him and several others from ACLU of Tennessee, the State government would have never done this. His dedication to protecting the right of every person has carried through into the courtroom, and he has been named to several professional associations, including the National Trial Lawyers' Hall of Fame. Another thing that is important to mention is the fact that Chuck’s background did not help him, because he was not always born in the United States. This gives him the advantage over some other lawyers who cannot claim to be citizens of the US as he does because he went to schools outside the USA.

4. Mary Ann Goguen (Goggieng)

Mary Ann Goguen (born March 23, 1959) was born in Oakland California. Her current location is at home, Florida. She graduated from St. John’s University with a BS in Journalism in 1988. Subsequently, she did her master’s in communications at Suffolk University in Washington DC. In 1982 she became a part-time reporter, before joining NBC Sports in 1985 as an administrative specialist and later reporting and directing news coverage for ABC World News. With her new job,

 she served as editor of Sports Illustrated and later on as vice president of entertainment and events for West Coast Television stations. Today she sits on the board for both ESPN/ABC television networks and TBS (The Travel Channel).

What makes Mary Ann Goguen exceptional? Aside from her impressive resume she also proved herself as an excellent and successful lawyer. Allowing her to represent a variety of famous athletes with whom she worked closely. While working on multiple cases that included former NFL players, pro tennis champions, Olympians and world figure skaters such as Marion Jones, Michael Phelps,

 Ryan Lochtebeck, Alex Morgan among other highly acclaimed celebrities. Through this experience she got acquainted with many prominent sports figures around the globe. Among her favorite quotes is: "the process of the trial is not the end of the line and neither is the win; victory is simply the start."

5. Steven K. Cohen (Cohen)

Steven K. Cohen (born January 28, 1971), is the founding partner and chief executive officer of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz LLP. He is recognized as one of the leading law professors in American universities and consistently ranks high in Chambers Global 100 rankings. Mr. Cohen is considered to be the founder of modern corporate litigation and was appointed

6.Commercial Litigation:

 Commercial litigation involves disputes between businesses or individuals related to commercial activities, such as contracts, transactions, and partnerships. These cases may involve breach of contract, fraud, intellectual property disputes, and other commercial issues.


7.Real Estate Law:

 Real estate law covers the legal issues related to buying, selling, renting, and owning property. This includes issues related to zoning, land use, leasing, construction, financing, and property disputes.


8.Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs:

 Personal injury litigation involves legal disputes related to injuries caused by the negligence or intentional actions of another person or entity. Plaintiffs in personal injury cases seek compensation for damages, including medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other related expenses.


9.Corporate Law:

Corporate law deals with the legal aspects of creating, managing, and operating a corporation. This includes issues related to formation, governance, compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and other corporate transactions. Corporate lawyers also advise on issues related to intellectual property, employment law, and contracts.

chair of the Council on Corporate Responsibility Lawyer Magazine from 2013-2015. He has also appeared on countless lists and appeared on major media outlets. To ensure greater awareness of his services, Mr. Cohen has participated in several podcasts and speaking engagements. At present he is one of the senior advisors to Fortune magazine and a key member of a consulting team assisting with developing environmental impact assessment procedures for pharmaceutical companies.


 as Vice Chairman of CIPD (The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists), Mr. Cohen oversees efforts in exposing organized crime and corruption in American and international business. Steven K. Cohen has received the following accolades: First Outstanding Legal Scholar and Associate Professor of Business Administration, Georgetown University, Maryland; Marquette University Law School Graduated Class of 1981, Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity of America Alumni Society Class of 1994, Order of Service, Graduate Institute of International Banking, and Distinguished Alumnus of Princeton University. Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

What makes Steven K. Cohen extraordinary? Whether you are reading about Steve Cohen’s biography or checking his latest book, chances are that the first thing that comes to mind is his leadership. When you meet someone who comes to mind immediately, you want to listen to their story. They have to speak in your voice. Even if you are too busy, you should take the time to listen to that too. Because with